- Police received a report about items allegedly being removed from a motorcycle along East Eighth Street.
- Police received a report about harassment that stemmed from a road rage incident. Police were able to speak to those involved and resolve the situation.
- Police handled a parking complaint along East Eighth Street.
- Police located a tractor-trailer along the 600 block of Nichols Street. Police learned that its driver was lost and were able to direct him to U.S. Route 322.
- Police received a report about an incident of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct Monday on 21st During the incident, a known male allegedly made threats to physically harm someone and also to burn down their home. Police put the male actor in county jail on a 48-hour detainer for being under the influence of a “foreign substance.”
- On March 6, police responded to a reported two-vehicle crash. According to police, a vehicle driven by a 32-year-old Reynoldsville woman pulled out from Burger King and into the path of a vehicle driven by a 74-year-old Reynoldsville man who was traveling on Shaffer Road. No injuries and moderate damage were reported as a result.
- On March 6, police received a report about a motor vehicle crash. According to police, a 70-year-old tractor-trailer driver hit a parked vehicle while he was traveling through the Snappy’s Convenience Store parking lot. There was moderate damage to the sedan that was driven by a 49-year-old DuBois woman.
- Police reported a false alarm Thursday at the Aldi’s store.
- Police responded to a reported motor vehicle crash on Thursday. According to police, an 18-year-old Treasure Lake man lost control of his vehicle while driving on Miramar Road. This caused it to slide sideways around a bend and then side-swipe a vehicle driven by a 47-year-old Treasure Lake man who was traveling in the opposite lane. No injuries and moderate damage were reported as a result.
- On Thursday police were contacted by a 26-year-old DuBois man who reported that someone hit and damaged his vehicle while it was parked on Wasson Avenue.